What do you think makes boys ki life easy?
Not taking seriously a girl friend’s ‘visibly unhappy’ discomfort with their relationship is a ‘boy thing’?
How does this getting away with non-seriousness make a boy’s life easier?
How does being uncommitted in a relationship with a partner who hopes for commitment make anybody’s life easier?
Take a look at this ‘a light hearted take on the way future is dear to the girls and present to the boys.‘
If you can’t see the video:
The ad film features Ranbir Kapoor picking up his visibly unhappy girlfriend and setting off on his Hero Maestro. She is tense about their future and tells Ranbir that she is not comfortable. He playfully shifts the conversation to his scooter and says the seats are indeed quite comfortable. Annoyed, the girl tells him that she’s serious, and asks for how long will this go on, referring to their relationship status. Ranbir again answers with reference to the Maestro, saying it will go far, with its ‘superb mileage’. …
When they stop, she tells him, “Just look at you. Kabhi toh serious ho jao (Get serious).” He straightens a rolled up denim leg and says with a serious face, “Marry me.” Asked if he is serious, he nods a ‘yes’ before ceding that he isn’t. She smiles at his antics and the two head into the event they have come to attend.The voice over concludes by saying “Boys ki life and Maestro ki ride; easy hai” (Boys’ life and Maestro’s ride; it’s easy).A super accompanies the voice over to sign off saying, ‘Maestro. Such a boy thing’.
Sanjay Tandon, COO, Draftfcb-Ulka, Delhi, explained that the Maestro is a brand built around boyish idiosyncrasies, and said, “To further reinforce the positioning success of the brand, Ranbir exudes his boyish charm through a typical ‘Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus.’ storyline.” [Hero Maestro rides ‘a boy’s life’ with Ranbir Kapoor]
Irresponsible girls who throw away their lives while in throes of lust for the completely wrong person…
Ek Hindustani ladki ki Izzat.
“A clandestine, and irresponsible, affair may prove dangerous. A city girl learnt it the hard way,”
“I need suggestions – these girls are ruining their lives with their stupid ideas about love.”
How important is it for a girl to Get Married and Stay Married?
“My relation with my ex was dead because he was never available for me in person or over phone.”
“The relatives seemed to be offering ‘condolences’ to my mother, for having the misfortune of having an ‘unmarried’ daughter…”
My guy told me that he is not willing to disappoint his parents.
Jealousies and one-upmanship are sometimes seen as machismo.
“One of the so-called best professor of my department … advices his students (girls) that men can be satisfied only by two things…”
When Getting Married and Staying Married is not an Indian woman’s life purpose.
“The sense of entitlement that’s hard-wired into every male child in an Indian household”
“This man is openly threatening his daughter and is instigating others to burn alive their daughters.”
Weird, funny facts about Misogynists.
This encourages double standards.
An email: An Old fashioned boy friend and a Liberal girl friend.
“I am betraying my parents, country and culture by not having an arranged marriage, people are talking, younger sisters not getting married.”
Where is the opportunity for Indian men to learn the most natural thing in the world – finding a mate??
“Why didn’t these women find life partners by dating?”
Live in Relationships: The man gets a temporary disposable wife?
What did Sharad Yadav mean by, ‘Who amongst us has not followed girls?’
Teaching school children that getting married without a bad name is a dream of every young girl.
Have your parents ever received a complaint about your morals, life style or personal choices…?
Marriages are sold to Indian women in a glossy cover…?
Boy friends are new parents